White Beans fettuccine Alfredo Recipe
By Bb Kitchen
120g GF Fettuccine, tagliatelle, or other pasta (I have made mine using the GF pasta dough recipe of the ravioli (check my previous post)
1 can white beans (I have used Cannellini)
1 pinch of salt
1 tablespoon nutritional yeast
1 teaspoon garlic powder
Oat milk to cover and help the blending
1 If making your own fettuccine, follow the video for ref.
2In a large pot, heat water over high heat until boiling. Add salt to season the water. Once it is boiling, add fettuccine and cook according to package instructions.
3Put in a blender cup the rinsed beans, the salt, the nutritional yeast, the garlic and cover with oat milk. Blend for 30 sec until you have a smooth cream.
4Save some pasta water. The pasta water is full of flavour and can be used to thin out the sauce.Toss alfredo sauce with fettuccine pasta. Add a little pasta water if it needs to be thinned out.
5 Garnish with parsley and enjoy!
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